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Civil Administration – Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island

Sir John Coape SHERBROOKE did not have an easy time as lieutenant-governor of Nova Scotia:

“The five years of Sherbrooke’s administration were dominated by war with the United States, which broke out in June 1812, and matters relating to the colony’s defence.”

To find out more about Nova Scotia’s wartime experience, click on the link below.

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